Manage service health event logs

Personalized Service Health logs service health events in Cloud Logging. It records all updates to the event's description, relevance, or state as a distinct log.

This document explains how to view, export, and store Service Health logs.

Before you begin

You must have access to Service Health logs.

View Service Health logs

To view Service Health logs:

  1. Go to the Google Cloud console.
  2. Select Operations > Logging > Logs Explorer.
  3. Select a Google Cloud project at the top of the page.
  4. In the Log name drop-down menu, select Service Health.

    Logs Explorer

    Log name

    A list of logs for appears.

  5. Expand a log entry to view the event details. The following example shows a typical event.

        "updated_fields": "[]"
        "title":"We are experiencing a connectivity issue affecting Cloud SQL in us-east1, australia-southeast2.",
        "description":"We are experiencing an issue with Google Cloud infrastructure components at us-east1, australia-southeast2. Our engineering team continues to investigate the issue. We apologize to all who are affected by the disruption.",
        "impactedProducts":"['Google Cloud SQL']",

Export or store logs

You can export Service Health logs to any Cloud Logging sink destination using the Google Cloud console, API, or the gcloud CLI. To set up a Cloud Logging sink, see Configure and manage sinks.

You can include and exclude Service Health logs by configuring the inclusion and exclusion filters for the sink.

When setting the product or location, use the values found at Google Cloud products and locations.

Retain past events

Personalized Service Health provides limited retention of events.

If you need to retain a record of past service health events beyond a few months, we recommended storing Service Health logs.

  1. Configure Service Health logs.
  2. Store logs in a LogBucket.

Log schema

See the Log schema reference for the log fields.